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3-23-2008 @ 8:21AM
Spell pushback is unbalancing PvP now, virtually every melee class has some way of interrupting spell casts - not to mention rogues and their cloak of bloody shadows! I'll just go QQ in the corner now...
3-23-2008 @ 1:29PM
Except paladins, and no, Hammer of Justice and Repentance are a stun and disorient respectively.So, except if you're a BElf, which I am not, I've no real way to combat casters.
3-23-2008 @ 2:03PM
Well to though my opinion in here.. While i do my share of qqing on these forums... this is another spot where i dont think change is needed to the mechanic....spell pushback is one of the main defenses to casters. its what makes up for armor not mattering.. and let me tell u this i would rather deal with being good at the game, and getting my spells off, than having to worry about how much armor this crazy warrior has...the only issue i would even talk about is spell interrupts, not pushbacks... when they make u stand still to cast a heal, they shouldnt allow other classes to not let u cast for 10-20 seconds at a time.. depending on the skill and class of the melee that is attacking u.lastly, speaking as a priest, there are ways to avoid spell pushbacks... disc priest are immune to pushbacks after they get critted if they spec that way, pallys can have concentration aura on... so this topic no real complaints here
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